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certified to work as a locksmith What can I do if a customer refuses to pay me How can I get started writing about locksmithing What are the best locksmithing resources on the Internet Are pick guns worth the money Which are the best trade journals What keys are illegal to duplicate I ve also included a new Registered Professional Locksmith (RPL) test that you can complete to earn a certificate. The certificate can help you to find work and will allow you to enter restricted areas on the Internet. Also, four appendixes are included. The resources all have been updated with current addresses, Web sites, telephone numbers, and so on. If you have questions or comments about the book, contact me at Box 2044, Erie, PA 16512-2044, or e-mail me at LocksmithWriter@aol.com. Acknowledgments This sixth edition of The Complete Book of Locks and Locksmithing is the result of help from a lot of people, too many to mention each by name. I appreciate everyone s help. Special thanks go to Greg Mango, editor of The National Locksmith; Earl Halls, president of Adesco Safe Company in Paramount, California; Gordon Little, president of Gordon Safe and Lock, in Houston, Texas; Joe Esposito, of Liberty Lock & Safe in Las Vegas, Nevada; Peter Burns, inventor of The Bolt High Security Lock; Billy B. Edwards, CML ( TheLockMan ); Thomas F. Hennessy, curator of the Lock Museum of America; Alex Krai; Bill Morrison; Alan T. Peto; Alice Petty; and Donald Streeter. Thanks also go to all the readers of prior editions who shared their thoughts about the book with me. Their criticisms and suggestions were invaluable in making this edition. The following companies were especially helpful in providing technical information: A-l Security Manufacturing Corp., Abus Lock Co., Adams Rite Manufacturing Co., Alarm Lock Systems, Inc., Arrow Lock, Belwith International, Ltd., Black & Decker U.S. Power Tools Group, Dominion Lock Co., Folger Adam Co., Framon Manufacturing Co., Inc., Gardall Safe Corp., Ilco Unican Corp., International Association of Home Safety and Security Professionals, Keedex Manufacturing, Kryptonite Corporation, Kustom Key, Inc., Kwikset Corp., Lock Corporation of America, M. A. G. Engines & Manufacturing, Inc., Makita U.S.A., Inc., Master Lock Co., M. K. Morse Co., Medeco Security Locks, Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp., Monarch Tool and Manufacturing Co., the National School of Locksmithing and Alarms, Porter Cable Corp., Presto-Matic Lock Co., R&D Tool Co., Rofu International Corp., Schlage Lock Co., Securitech Group, Securitron, Security Engineering, Inc., Sentry Door Lock Guards, Sentry Group, Simplex Access Controls Co., Taylor Lock Co., Trine Consumer Products Division, Square D Co., and Vaughan & Bushnell Manufacturing Co. I also appreciate the support I received from family and friends, including Janet L. Griffin, Merlynn Smith-Coles, and Jonathan Gavin for his help with photographs. Special thanks also go to Cary Sullivan and Carol Levine, my editors at McGraw-Hill. Bill Phillips
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A Short History of the Lock
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This chapter traces the development of the lock from earliest times to the present, focusing on the most important models. Every locksmith should be familiar with them because they form the building blocks for all other locks. Many of the lock types and construction principles mentioned here are looked at in more detail in later chapters. This is a quick overview to help you better understand and appreciate the world of locks. Who Invented the Lock The earliest locks may no longer be around, and there may be no written records of them. How likely it is for old locks to be found depends on the materials they were made from and on the climate and various geological conditions they have been subjected to over the years. There is evidence to suggest that different civilizations probably developed the lock independently of each other. The Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks are credited with inventing the oldest known types of locks. Egypt The oldest known lock was found in 1842 in the ruins of Emperor Sargon II s palace in Khorsabad, Persia. The ancient Egyptian lock was dated to be about 4000 years old. It relied on the same pin tumbler principle that is used by many of today s most popular locks. The Egyptian lock consisted of three basic parts: a wood crossbeam, a vertical beam with tumblers, and a large wood key. The crossbeam ran horizontally across the inside of the door and was held in place by two vertically mounted wooden staples. Part of the length of the crossbeam was hollowed out, and the vertical beam intersected it along that hollowed out side. The vertical beam contained metal tumblers that locked the two pieces of wood together. Near
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